It appears countless shoots throughout her two-decade career have taught Anne Curtis a thing or two about photography, which helped her improvise a pictorial at home.
Curtis showed the result of her own photography, styling, and set design on Thursday, as she marked the fourth month since the birth of her first child with her husband, Erwan Heussaff. Usually, it is Heussaff, a vlogger, who would be in charge of taking photos.
In Curtis' snap, a beaming Dahlia is seen beside a floral arrangement that is shaped as the number four.
"4 months of getting to smell, kiss and cuddle this happy little girl. I love you and your (peach emoji) fuzz hair to the moon and back my Dahling Dahlia Amélie," she wrote in its caption.
Dahlia was born on March 2 in Melbourne, Australia, where Curtis originally resided before she pursued showbiz in the Philippines.
Curtis and Heussaff remain in Australia, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to force-shut borders.
"Taking every single moment in," Curtis said in response to a fellow parent who commented on her post. "It's crazy how fast the days have gone by already. It seems like yesterday she was still in my belly."